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Here's a wild idea (or maybe it isn't). Students who've been okay'd to do so by the tutor/helper in question ought to be able to reach out and ping that person beyond Open Study. If behind the scenes, OS could translate that ping to email, then email privacy is maintained, but the student in a crunch could reach out to an individual tutor. WDYT?

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We're actually working on solutions for this exact problem. Thanks for confirming that this is something our users are interested in!
Alrighta! Good news! :)
Yup, exactly what @farmdawgnation said - great idea @Redwood Girl, helps to know we're on the right track with that one.

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who's that person "beyond OS"?

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